Nystagmus affects quality of life of children and their parents, confirms new research


A team at the Eye Hospital and School of Ophthalmology and Optometry at Wenzhou Medical University in China have recently published their research on the effects of childhood cataract surgery in young children. The results show that the impact of nystagmus, strabismus and amblyopia, resulting from the cataracts, not from the surgery, have a significant impact … Continue reading Nystagmus affects quality of life of children and their parents, confirms new research

Sue attends Partially Sighted Society Conference 2018


Last Friday Sue attended the PSS very first Sight Loss conference in Doncaster on behalf of the Nystagmus Network. The day was attended by around 100 people with visual impairment, their family members and friends, carers and health professionals. It was an opportunity to hear from senior medical and research specialists as well as listen … Continue reading Sue attends Partially Sighted Society Conference 2018